After Facebook, now Google+ is facing the data leak issue. After finding a software flaw for the second time in this year, Google has decided to shut down its Google+ and Social media services are in April four months ahead of schedule.

Though there was a technical glitch, Google confirmed that at it found no evidence that any other apps had accessed the data, such as name, email, gender and age, using the latest bug. The Google further said that it has affected 52.5 million Google+ accounts which included some business customers for around six days.

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